Hostel Pension V Podzamci Prague

V Podzamci Str. 27, Praha 4, Prague, Bohemia, 140 000, Czech Republic
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U SUTERU HOTEL IN PRAGUE

by diana_renou

Hi, Does anybody know the U Suteru hotel in Prague? Any advice for a woman traveling alone? it is a safe location? many thanks for your help. Diana

Re: U SUTERU HOTEL IN PRAGUE

by r13

Do not worry - you are in the center and there are no really unsafe parts of Prague at all. Great spot to catch metro/tram to any part of the city. Old City and other attractions within walking distance.

It is close to Wenceslas square which is busy all night and somewhat unpleasant with drunks and some prostitutes/strip bars agents. No problem during the day...

Travel Tips for Prague

Walking along Charles bridge

by clairegeordio

This is the oldest of Prague's bridges and was founded by Charles IV in 1357. There are towers at either end of the bridge (the Lesser town bridge towers and the Old Town bridge tower). From 1683 to 1928 thirty sculptures of the saints were set onto the bridge piers. The bridge is 515m long and is 10m wide. Strolling along Charles bridge is a lovely activity as you get beautiful views across the river to the other bridges and a magnificent view to the cathedral and castle. There are many vendors selling paintings and other souvenirs along the bridge.

Anchored to a Landmark

by mrclay2000

If you're a traveler or someone who worries about getting lost, you can see some great stuff by sticking to the riverbanks. Praguers enjoying their riverside walks just as much as the rest of us, so you will seldom be diverted from the river more than a few yards. Riverside Prague gives you the modern city and its medieval monoliths all in a single view. The city buildings have so many flashes of color, so it is never surprising to have red, green, pink, ochre, and yellow blended into a single city block, or even a consecutive row of facades.

Language

by kari5

I found that not very many people in Prague speak a lot of English, so learning some Czech will probably be useful. Locals generally respond very well if you at least recognise the effort they have made for you, even if you only know a word or two of Czech. Here are some useful phrases:

Hello - Dobrý den
Yes - Ano
No - Ne
Please - Prosím
Thank you - Děkuji

We found that most Czechs are more than happy to give an impromptu lesson in Czech - one taxi driver even listed off several phrases when we asked him, and then made us repeat them all in turn so that he could correct our pronounciation :) That was the best taxi journey I've ever been on.

Don't be too daunted if Czech looks too confusing - many Czechs speak German as a second language so if you did German at school, now is the perfect opportunity to go up into the attic and dust off all your old exercise books!

Pissing Statue

by Pieter11

In the Cihelna street in Mala Strana, you'll find a very extraordinairy statue in a little square. It are two bronze statues, clearly both male. The statues are created by artist David Cerny.

The gentlemen are peeing all the time and if you send an SMS to a certain number, they will "write" your text by peeing the letters in the water. The men hold and steer their *** realisticly and follow all commands.

Vltava and more of the Castle area.

by dabidc

This view gives a better idea of the location of the castle in relation to the Vltava as it turns and runs east for a few hundred metres beofre trning north again.

to the right or the soth the view of St Nicholas' church in Mala Strana, shown in this section also helps to pin point the position of the castle in ralation to the old town of Prague.

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